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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LfiTHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING CO., LTD. wt 1 g? 5Hi D. AUSTIN, Editor and Manager. W. JORDAN, Supt. ol Job Department. Mm �crvfttlve organ does not know what jit in talking about. Senator Long-heed Is a C.P.H. man "lock, stock, and barrel." .1. H. Woods, the Toronto man, who In going 10 manage the Calgary Herald, is a thoroughly competent newspaper man, having hail training In both the business ami editorial departments of largo dully papers in the oast. If Calgary does not get the pro*-vinclnl t'nivorsily, the blame is entirely upon llself. At the tlmo the location of the provincial capital was Under, discussion, it was evident to everybody in the province that Edmonton would win the prize. Cnl-gory should have made a deal then to rolinaulsh Its claims to the capital. In exchango for the university. aid as managing director. 8�"*!*;T';^^ at SUBSCRIPTION: Ifi Advanoo - an.BO a year Otherwise - �2.00 a year ADVERTISING. Per Month - 1.00 Per Inch AN ANNOUNCEMENT. This week Mr. \V. A. Buchanan, ev�red his connection with the Iler- |^'reTB7J"doubt "but "that" such repair shops and car shops In tho Wow. Let our authorities keep their oyos on this proposition. It Is worth having and other cities will bo after^ It. The Xnnton News In wrlrtng of J. M. Doyd, western representative ot the Manitoba Free Press puts "A Conscientious Newspaperman" as tho heading, us If It were a strangolhlng to find otic. John I). Uockofellor hns donated fifty millions for tho enlightenment of the Chinese. Up goes oil a cent a gallon for American enlightenment. 'months ago he was olTered tjic posl tlon of provincial librarian and af  tor much consideration decided to accept tho position and he left this week to take up his residences in Edmonton. Ho still retains his financial Interest In the Herald. O. P. Austin, has resigned from tho stafT of the Central School, and asMitucd the position of editor and manager of the Herald. Tho Herald will continue to bo a persistent and faithful advocate of all that Is good for Lothbridgo and Southern Alberta. It will support every" movement for tho advancement of this city and the south country. The Herald will try to be fearless In tho discussion of all public questions. When it considers any action on tho part ot n public organization, local, provincial, or national is wrong. It 18 going to say so, but when the right thing Is dune, it is going to stand by the people and bodies advocating It, loyally. The Herald is in a better standing today than It ever was. Its subscription list Is larger than any weekly In tho province of Alberta- end that's a .proud claim, because tho Herald is not yet a year and a half old. Week by week we Intend to Improve the paper, so that It will appeal more strongly than ever to tho favor of the peqple. AOKICULTUHAL SOCIETY. President D. J. Whitney was in the chair nt the director's meeting of the Agticutturnl Society on Friday night. A letter was received from tho Department of Agriculture saying that Mr. Campbell, tho dry land farming expert from Nebraska, will not bo able to come to Alberta for about two months when the Department mined foes, and now Premier of tho {will arrange a series of meetings, held in Loth - Calgary missed its opportunity that tunc General Uotha, so recently the gallant leader of Britain's most deter- Transvaal by popular vote, is in [Ono of which will bo London to attend tho convention of | bridge. OUR POINT OF VIEW The Calgary Heruld stated one day last week thut it was going to bo independent in politics and the very next day It wus back to the Tory-fold. Tho Herald will have to go to school for a while and learn what independence means. Premier*. Determined ns John Hull Is as a conqueror, none are so magnanimous in victory, lie hns callen upon a conquered people to "help strengthen tho provinces that tho fortunes of war decided they could not control." llencral Botha says shat Britain will never regret the confidence, placed In the Boer people. Kruger is dead and it may be so. The Boers have different loaders now. Tho house problem is one that concerns this city a great deal. We arc told that many people com* to Cnl -gary but uro unable to locate there because there are no houses to rent. Thetowns nrouml thnt city thus got the overflow. Wo are talking of becoming a great city and we are bound to. I*t us then get ready to receive tho people that are coming to us. Even people who Intend la build do not wont to live in tents until their houses are built. Houses thnt will rent from ten dollars up to twenly-lTvo u month must l>o built if wo would retain the population com- ing to us. Let our men of money Jtho jjonr,| ,, Trmlo of Met,,clno mi make an investment that will bring . wuiU,d M(>ssrs nw%. nm, Jam good returns and be a great benefit ,MOn of t|w Q p R ^^In* rail to the city. vny maUcrs at thu IIftl Tho dopu. -- jtatlon drew a big sigh of relief when Leader Robertson of the Alberta | the officials told them that tho Improvements ut Coleridge would not affect Medicino Hat and that tho staff unil Improvements at that city would be increased. A now machine shop will be built this year. Mr Bury promised to look Into a pro> Two totters were received advocating the formation of two turf circuits, one In Alberta and tho other including points intermediate among Vlrden, Heginn, Princo Albert, Ed -monton and Modlclno Hat. Meeting expressed sympathy with tho formation of a circuit and agreed to join if rircuit duto agrees with Loth-bridge fair dates. A. K. Humphries and W. O. Hut-ton wore appointed delegates to tilt Cafgary convention for tho arrange metit of dates. The delegates were instructed to get the fair set foi August lUh, 7th and 8th, If possible. Sport? this year will be conducted as they wore Inst year, but stepswill be taken to organize stake races for Anderson was appointed care taker of the grounds and a residence v ill be built for him. Cnpl. A. Evans was added to tho sports committee. COUTTB ITEMS. Tho Mqsk Hall on Mondny evonlng In the new hotel was. a.grand success. There were about eighty people presont and a large number wore masked. Every one reported a vory enjoyable time. There wijl be an . other dance in the near future. Mrs. Price hns been quite sick, but Is Improving nnd wilt-bo out In a few days. Mlsa Anna .Johnson came down from Lethbrldge to s|�nd n few thon-ths vacation with Mrs. T. B. Farrell Mrs. C. Jl. Toole has boon In town a week, nursing her daughter, Mrs. Price. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Fey, from Gold Butte were In town for tho mask ball. Dr. T. L. Clark of Shelby came up on Saturday's train to attend a case of sickness at Peter Mngncr's. cus* of sickness nt Tetcr Wagner's. Mrs. C. II. Clark and son Frank, conic up from Shelby to attend tho bell. La I toy Dommon and son Bernard, �pent Sunday und Mondny In Loth -bridge visiting Orsln Dommon and wife. Mrs. Chas. Farrcll, son Hex and Miss Adolyn Laplnc arrived from Spokane on Saturday evening. MEDICINE HAT RESTS EASY. A deputation from tho council and Opposition in an interview with the Nanton News found no occasion to find fault with the administration and legislation of tho Rutherford Government. The leader of the op-_ position is one with the rest of the ' Ipeople of Albortu, everyone is satis- posai to change tho main line and Tho Toronto Mail and Empire says n,LHl witn lno W||y nrf,irs are man - the Crow's Nest so as to got In and Senator Longhued Is not n legal rep- )agej jn the province. nut of Medicine Hut on an easier rescntativo of tho C.P.R. This Is an- j - grade along Ross Creek and Sevon other proof that tho Toronto 2on-1 The C.P.R. intends building largo Persons Crook. with her pnroots. Loroy Cokely spent Sunday hero, The engineer and fireman have arrived for the Bottineau Farming Co. Tho C. P. R. surveyors are still tracked here, S. SJolmsiad has sold his farm to Mr. Norton of Devil's Lake, N.D. FRANK 1IARROP CASED LINKED. AND On Monday evening before ho left for Vancouver, Frank llarrop , was tho chief guest at n gathering ot tho {choir and congregation of St. Augus-tln's church at the rectory. Rev. J. S. Chlvers and T. E. Patteson on lie-half of the choir awl congregation presented Mr. llarrop with a dress -Ing-caso and a set of cuff-links. Tho qunrtetto rendered some of their selections together for probably tho last time. Mr. Hurrop will bo groat-fy missed In musical circles, his fine tenor being always in demand nnd J always freely given for, the pleasure of his friends, lio intends entering the piano and orgnn business with his brother In Vancouver. ' FOR THE FARMERS. In a sixty-day lest n Holstoln-Friesian cow owned by W..I. Cllllett, of Fond du Lnc, Wis., has broken the world's butter record by forty pounds. The official test shows 5,-[.'120.7 pounds of milk, nnd 200.5 lbs. of butter. The cow gave birth to a calf Dac. ID, and the test was commenced on the fifth day of her period of lactation. Tho tost was continued 0-1 days .during which period cvory milking was watched, the quantity of milk weighed and samples taken nnd tested, tho phenomenal yield was such that two separate tests were | ordered-tho first of 24 hours and | tho second 48 hours-during which time additional representatives v�ro sent from the experiment station. Tho cow was under constant super > vision day and night. The best day In milk wan lOfl pounds. Tht* best day In butter 5.71 pounds. The horse that can sea tho cause of tho noise is loss Itktly to be frightened than tho ono that can not. Anyone who can go to bed and sloop comfortably with his stock fighting, squealing, and piling, trying to keep warm, Is not fit to own a mongrel, let alono a pure bred of any kind. Sholtcr Is a feed saver. Albert Cook of Coleman died at Coleman from opium poisoning. It Is said thnt tho opium dun is run openly. HINTSVILLE. Mrs. Hunt, Sr.. has been very 111 with la grippe and still Is in a serious condition. W. Hunt Is moving Into his new residence this month. Mr. Noithton from Sault Stc. Mario, Ont., has recently settled In the Echo lake district. A temporary school has been started by the settlers at Koho Lake. Miss Warren Is in charge and school is being held in E. Oleoson's houso. The church services have boon largely attended during the fine weather. Four uew families have rocetitly located In Uuntsviilc, being a part ot the American lnvadora. Land seekers have been very plentiful in this district lately. Messrs. flvlghes and Pillsbury and tho former's sons of Coaldalo have taken up homcstoads Just south of Huntsvlllo. HOUSE FOR SALE. 14 roomed houso, used as boarding house, three lots ndjoining. Prtco 83.500. 91,500 cash, balance on easy terms. Apply Box tt., Herald Office. COALDALE NEWS. 11. A. Suggitt returned home Friday evening from Denver. Col. Miss G. Larson Is out from Lethbrldge. S. Hjlcmstad spent Sunday at homo, but ho returned to his homestead again Monday. R. White is back again aftor spending the winter at Omonoe, N.D. Mr. nnd Mrs. James ond Mr. and Alru. McKcan visited friends here Thursday. Miss Mue Holghes spent Sunday CARD OF THANKS. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hopkins wish to express their appreciation of tho sympathy extended to them by their friends during their recent bereave  meat In the death ot their Infant daughter. Mayor Ashdown recently negotiated a loun for 92,500,000 for Winnipeg. TENDERS FOR REPAIRS R. N. W. M. POLICE. Tenders marked 1'Tenders for Repairs" will be received by tho undersigned up to noon on tho 8th day of April, 1U07, for repairing the innln building at the Barracks, I-cth-bridge, as follows: Painting, Plastering, carpenter work and foundation (brick, stone or concroto). For further particulars apply at the burrocks. A 5 per cent deposit will be re -quired. No nowspapor will bo paid for publishing this advertisement without proper authority. JAS. O. WILSON. Superintendent. Commanding R. N. W. M. P. at Loth bridge. Can you Beat Chcsc ? 21 Lots in North Ward, one block from Westminster School, at $125 Each Easy terms. 12 lots in River View at $200 each. Very easy terms. List your property with us, if you want quick returns. Barnes i coohe ROOM 7. OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 123 X I BEST BUYS YET OFFERED TO THE INVESTING- PUBLIC f IS NOW ON THE MRRKET, This property is in the city limits. It was the original survey of the city. | It is only 3-4 of a mile from the Central School. All the lots we now have are 125 feet in depth, with lanes at rear of all lots. Over one thousand lots in this property now on the market at '� * mi IP �' AND EACH TERMS-One half cash, balance 6 and 12 months, or one third cash, balance 3 and 6 months. Plan at my office. LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK. yMMMMIMMMMM1MilMWIMMMM�MMMM�lfMMMWMMWI�IM M MM I HUM MMtl ;